Expected Return Model

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Expected Return Model

a forecasting technique used to predict future profits where firms bid for business in an uncertain situation; a method of determining the expected value of a set of alternative outcomes. Total expected return in a given period is the sum of the profit from each job bid for, after each profit has been reduced by a factor corresponding to the degree of probability of the bid being accepted. Also called the Expected Value Method and Expected Value Analysis.

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